After dominating the Nigerian Music industry with mainstream tracks like Omooba, Goodybag, and Take Banana, D’Prince (Charles Enebeli) furthered his expertise in the music business and founded the record label Jonzing world.
D’Prince is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and performer. He was born on October 23, 1986, in Lagos, Nigeria, and is the younger brother of Nigerian music superstar Don Jazzy. D’Prince began his music career in 2006 when he signed with Mo’ Hits Records, a label founded by his brother Don Jazzy and fellow musician D’banj.
His tracks above made waves in Nigeria and across Africa, which led to his multimillion endorsement deal with the telecommunication company MTN for his hit track Goody-bag.
D’Prince has recorded numerous songs for Mo’ Hits Records, including the compilation album Curriculum Vitae, released in December 2007. The album contained several hit singles such as “Booty Call,” “Close To You,” “Masquerade,” “Stop The Violence,” “Igbe Mi,” “Hey Girl,” “What You Want To Do To Me,” and the lead single, “Oh No.” On November 25, 2009, D’Prince released his single “Omoba,” which was later relaunched in 2010. The official video for “Omoba” was released on April 13, 2010, through Mo’ Hits Records.
With his never-ending vision to revolutionize the music industry, and bring new artists with distinct styles of music to stardom, he launched his record label, and management company Jonzing World on the 22 of March 2019—an imprint of Mavin Records, and home to recording artists Rema, and Ruger.